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Sea Hunt makes JL Audio standard equipment

JL Audio has partnered with Sea Hunt Boats, Inc. Mfg., to supply the audio components as part of the standard equipment package on late 2018 models included in their Gamefish, Bay Boats, Ultra Series, Tritons, and Escape Series.

“We are very excited to have Sea Hunt Boats as our newest marine partner to introduce our new MediaMaster MM50 Source Unit,” said JL Audio national OEM sales manager Ora Freeman in a statement. “Sea Hunt is a brand that we’ve always held in high respect and the company really lines up with our philosophy of ‘Making Premium your Standard’.”

Components in the system include the new JL Audio MediaMaster MM50, a weatherproof marine source unit with an onboard amplifier capable of generating 100 watts of output. The MM50 is NMEA 2000 certified, enabling control functionally via the Garmin multi-function display on equipped boat models.

Along with MM50, the Sea Hunt audio package will feature 6.5-inch MX-Series speakers.

“We are very excited to have JL Audio as our exclusive audio supplier,” said Robbie Coates of Sea Hunt Boats.

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